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Is it possible to set the default web site to redirect to a virtual directory in IIS

I'm running BugNet on my server using IIS 7.0. The application folder is in the 'Default Web Site' node, along with 'aspnet_client'. To get to the BugNet panel, I have to navigate to When I go to, it shows the default IIS welcome page. How do I bind the root IP address to the BugNet application?

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marked as duplicate by Evan Anderson, MDMarra, voretaq7 Jul 27 '12 at 19:15

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Simple way in IIS 7.X is to just use an HTTP redirect to /bugnet on the default website. Check the box that says "Only redirect requests to content in this directory (not subdirectories)."

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